Former Abortionist Tells Congressional Committee: ‘I Am a Mass Murderer’

Aultman, now retired from her OB/GYN practice, outlined that she has come to realize that the abortion industry is replete with “extreme propaganda.”

WASHINGTON — A former abortionist turned pro-life OB/GYN told a Congressional panel on Thursday that she lives with the realization that she is a “mass murderer” because of all the lives she ended.

“We know from a scientific standpoint that the baby in the womb is a human being and not just a blob of tissue,” Dr. Kathi Aultman stated before the House Judiciary Committee as support for the Heartbeat Protection Act of 2017. “Birth changes nothing but the baby’s environment. What justification do we have to deny them personhood and human rights until after their birth?”

She explained that there were three cases that opened her eyes about the evils of abortion. The first was a situation where a woman on whom Altman had performed three abortions returned a fourth time.

“I was told by the clinic staff that it was her right to choose to use abortion as her method of birth control and that I had no right to pass judgment on her or to refuse to do the procedure,” she recalled. “I told them it was fine for them to say, but that I was the one who had to do the killing.”

The second incident involved a woman who was asked by an accompanying friend if she wanted to see the baby, and straightforwardly proclaimed, “No! I just want to kill it.”

The third matter involved a mother of four who felt that she could not afford another child and wept throughout her time at the abortion facility.

“What struck me was the apathy of the first patient and the hostility of the second towards the fetus, contrasted with the sorrow and misery of the woman who knew what it was to have a child,” Aultman recalled. “I had finally made the emotional connection between fetus and baby, and realized that the baby was the innocent victim in all of this.”

“The fact that it was unwanted was no longer enough justification for me to kill it, and I could no longer do abortions,” she explained.

Aultman, now retired from her OB/GYN practice, outlined that she has come to realize that the abortion industry is replete with “extreme propaganda.”

“We have sanitized our language to make abortion more palatable and talk about the ‘fetus’ instead of the baby, and ‘terminating the pregnancy’ rather than ‘killing the baby,’” she lamented. “We have have moved farther away from the idea that life is precious and closer to the utilitarian attitudes that destroyed so many lives during the last century.”

“More and more we are embracing a culture of death that only values the strong and healthy,” Aultman said.

And as much as she enjoys seeing the children that she delivered years ago all grown up, it also reminds her of the people who are not here because she killed them.

“I love to meet adults that I delivered, but it’s always bittersweet because I am reminded of all the people I will never meet because I aborted them. It also reminds me that I am a mass murderer,” Aultman bluntly told Congress. “Because we can’t see who they will become, we feel justified in sacrificing babies in the womb for the people we can see.”

According to her bio, Aultman worked as the medical director of Planned Parenthood of Jacksonville from 1981 to 1983, and was also the co-founder of the Rape Treatment Center. 

Mom is Jailed for Refusing to Vaccinate Son with Vaccine Containing Aborted Baby Cells

Bredow is also supported by Right to Life of Michigan, which issued a statement saying that parents should be able to follow their conscience in choosing not to vaccinate their children

A mom in Michigan recently spent several days in jail after she refused to allow her son to receive a vaccine which used cells from aborted babies.

According to LifeNews.com, Detroit resident Rebecca Bredow initially agreed to allow her son to receive the vaccine, but later refused. Bredow’s ex-husband wanted the boy to receive the vaccine.

Bredow was sentenced to seven days in jail for failing to allow the boy’s father to have a say in their son’s health, according to a judge.

Despite the jail time, Bredow says she doesn’t regret her position. “I was trying to protect my kids,” she said. “I was trying to stand up for what I believed in, and it was worth it for me to try and take the risk, because I was trying to stop the vaccinations from happening.” abc

Bredow is also supported by Right to Life of Michigan, which issued a statement saying that parents should be able to follow their conscience in choosing not to vaccinate their children

“There is absolutely no question that a significant number of common vaccines are directly cultured using cells from aborted unborn children,” said Legislative Director for Right to Life Michigan Ed Rivet. “That is how the vaccines are produced. We have long supported the right of parents to refrain from using them or to request alternative versions cultured in untainted cell lines.”

Debi Vinnedge, the director of pro-life group Children of God for Life, wrote in 2015 that it is not necessary for the medical field to use cells from aborted babies for vaccines.

“The fact of the matter is that aborted fetal tissue is absolutely unnecessary for vaccine production or any medical research. There are numerous FDA approved moral cell lines and if human cells are desired, they can be obtained from a plethora of non-objectionable sources including umbilical cord, cord blood and other adult stem cells,” wrote Vinnedge.

Children Fast-tracked into Gender Transition

Therapists willing to dig into the complexity of gender dysphoria and help children affirm their biological gender may now face legal trouble.

Parents, doctors, and pro-family groups in Britain this week sounded the alarm about the skyrocketing rate of children with complex psychological issues being streamlined into gender transition by the country’s National Health Service (NHS).

Britain’s The Daily Mail on Sunday ran a story about a rash of concerned parents joining an online community called Transgender Trend, self-described as “parents questioning the trans narrative.” The group said parents contact it because schools and clinics are blindly accepting their children’s assertions that they are transgender and pushing them into treatment without cautious evaluation.

The number of children being treated at the NHS Tavistock Clinic, which specializes in treating gender identity issues, has jumped from just under 100 in 2009 to over 2,000 in 2016, according to The Telegraph.

Parents say young celebrities—like American reality TV star Jazz Jennings or British YouTube sensation Alex Bertie—play into the craze by making transgenderism trendy and sex-change treatments seem cool, not scary.

One mother of a 15-year-old girl told The Daily Mail her daughter’s school referred her to an NHS therapist because she told teachers she was “stuck in the wrong body.” After a 40-minute therapy session, the girl was referred to the transgender clinic. The mom believes her daughter was groomed by a gay friend who told her she was ugly as a female and encouraged her transition. The girl, now 17, is undergoing testosterone treatments against her mother’s wishes.

Therapists willing to dig into the complexity of gender dysphoria and help children affirm their biological gender may now face legal trouble.

The U.K. Council for Psychotherapy this month issued a memorandum of understanding on conversion therapy that included “gender identity” alongside “sexual orientation.” Bans on so-called conversion therapy have previously been limited to sexual orientation. The new memorandum expands the limit to any counselors, therapists, and other clinical professionals who might do anything other than affirm individuals’ expression of their gender identity.

Despite language that the document does not intend to discourage those who have uncertain feelings around their gender identity from seeking professional help, critics argue the memorandum threatens the livelihood of professionals who may want to explore why a child or adult is claiming to be transgender.

“Some people may experience gender confusion for a host of complex reasons, but you have to ask yourself if the media’s fixation with these issues is causing some children to question their gender identity who may not otherwise have done so,” said Simon Calvert, deputy director of public affairs for the U.K.-based, pro-family group The Christian Institute, noting the movement is being led by politics and fashion, not medicine, science, or the best interests of children.

“Right now it seems a child who in any way questions their gender is put on a one-way conveyor belt to gender reassignment, and that is incredibly dangerous and damaging,” Calvert said. “We are already seeing the stories starting to emerge from children who were encouraged to transition by parents and doctors and who are now regretting it.”

Some in the medical community agree.

“What I’ve been seeing in a fertility clinic are the long-term results of often very unhappy people who now feel quite badly damaged,” Robert Winston, an emeritus professor of fertility studies at Imperial College London, told the Today program on BBC Radio 4. He said the “results are horrendous in such a big proportion of cases,” noting 40 percent of people who undergo vaginal surgery have complications, and 23 percent of people who have their breasts removed “feel uncomfortable with what they’ve done.” He said the fundamentals of why people say they are transgender need to be better understood.

Other critics say taxpayers should not have to foot the bill for expensive transgender treatments. In September, The Daily Mail ran a story on the NHS helping transgender children as young as 12 freeze their eggs and sperm before beginning hormone treatment so they can use them later if they want to have children. Earlier this summer, an NHS doctor advocated for publicly funded womb transplants for men who identify as women. Experts have said the controversial surgery—implanting a donor womb into a person born with male organs—could be available within the next decade.